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 Post subject: Schematic library
PostPosted: Tue Mar 02, 2004 13:22 
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Sometimes it can be difficult to find the correct schematic from all these topics so here I'm collecting links to usable schematics. Others are welcome to post here too.

T6963C
Hitachi LMG7422PLFF
MGLS240128T

HD61830 / LC7981
Hitachi LMG7400PLFC 240x128 HD61830
[url=http://www.skippari.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=541]AZ diplays graphic lcd with sanyo LC7981
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LM238XB LCD with Hitachi HD61830

KS0108 / HD61203
Seiko G1216
Powertip PG12864 ARU-ANN-G
Crystalfontz CFAG12864B-WGH-V / CFAG12864B-TMI-V
Crystalfontz CFAG12864B-WGH-V

SED133x

Here are only some of the schematics so there are many more in the forum. Also forum search might help.


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 Post subject: SED 133x
PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2004 11:40 
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Here's the one i use for the SED133x controller;
http://liquid-mp3.schijf.org/schematics/G321D_Pollin_wiring.gif
Known to work with LCDInfo, LiquidMP3, LCDStudio and LCDHype, (check/change pin settings where needed ofcourse).

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 Post subject: Noritake GU256x64-372
PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 14:23 
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Here's the wiring scheme for the Noritake GU256x64-372. Apparantly also suitable for the 352 and 340. As the 372 driver also works with these models.

Code:
Printer Port    VFD
1  STROBE       17 /WR
2  DATA BIT 0   15 D0
3  DATA BIT 1   13 D1
4  DATA BIT 2   11 D2
5  DATA BIT 3   9  D3
6  DATA BIT 4   7  D4
7  DATA BIT 5   5  D5
8  DATA BIT 6   3  D6
9  DATA BIT 7   1  D7
10-13 Not Used  -
14 AUTOFEED     21 /RD
15 Not Used     -
16 INIT         -
17 SELECT       19 C/D
18-25 GROUND    2,4,6,...,24 (GND), and 23 (/CS)


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Last edited by coorz on Wed Dec 29, 2004 14:33, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 14:28 
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Here's the wiring scheme for the Noritake CU20045SCPB-T23A

Code:
VFD      LPT
1      9
2      8
3      7
4      6
5      5
6      4
7      3
8      2
9      1
10      16


Have V(FD)un!

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Last edited by coorz on Wed Dec 29, 2004 14:33, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Noritake GU128x32-311
PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 14:33 
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Here's the wiring scheme for the Noritake GU128x32-311. Note this is a custom model and not the 311 series you can find on the Noritake website.

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edit:
Here's a connection parts list based on Futurlec stuff, only thing missing is the female Molex.
Also the 20way connector and 3pin power connector won't fit the headers without some (little) cutting.

IDCC20 - 20 Contact IDC Socket Connector
DSUBSCM25 - 25 Contact Male Solder Cup Connector
DSUBCH25 - 25 Pin Connector Hood
POLHDCON3 - 3 Pin .100" Polarized Header Connector
PLHDPIN - Crimp Pin for Header Connector
GRCABLE20 - Grey Ribbon Cable - 20 core

So do it the right way and it looks like this 8)
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Last edited by coorz on Sat Jan 15, 2005 12:14, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 3:07 
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coorz wrote:
Here's the wiring scheme for the Noritake GU128x32-311. Note this is a custom model and not the 311 series you can find on the Noritake website.

Image


I'm new to this and probably should've picked a standard LCD, but I need to clearify a few ?'s. What are the pin Pin 10 (busy) where does this go to on the parallel and Pin 12 (frp) same question. Also can I use a standard 34 pin floppy connector --> Parallel connector.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 11:42 
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I'm new to this and probably should've picked a standard LCD, but I need to clearify a few ?'s. What are the pin Pin 10 (busy) where does this go to on the parallel and Pin 12 (frp) same question. Also can I use a standard 34 pin floppy connector --> Parallel connector.


Why afraid of the VFD, they're actually easier to wire than LCD's!
Pin 10 & 12 are not connected, so that saves you some soldering :D.
You need a 20-way header or hack up that 34-way floppy connector. Also i noticed standard IDC form connectors won't fit the shrouded header; the short sides of the plastic shroud need to be cut off (carefully).

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I have this display. Ive tried to initiate the self test by grounding pin 2 of the power connector. Im getting no display when I do this. Im applying +5v to pin 1 and ground to pin 3. For the self test I shouldnt have to connect anything to the 20 pin connector, but I'm not 100% sure about pins 13 through 18 as they are voltage and return paths. Any ideas? :?:


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Heres a wiring schematic I did up for my own referance based on the wiring coorz listed for hte Noritake 256x64-372 in this thread

Sorry if its abit messy ;)
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Edit: I built a small PCB using this diagramand can confirm it works perfectly.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 2:44 
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coorz wrote:
Here's the wiring scheme for the Noritake CU20045SCPB-T23A

Code:
VFD      LPT
1      9
2      8
3      7
4      6
5      5
6      4
7      3
8      2
9      1
10      16


Have V(FD)un!



:D
Hii.alll how about Noritake CU20045SCPB-W5J .... is it have the same schme ??? cause th CU20045-W5J have 14 pins ...
What software I can Use for it ?

Many Thanks ....

:mrgreen:

Vrya
h3liax@gmail.com


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